BSE set to cut FX derivatives fees to compete with the National Stock Exchange
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is
considering the introduction of new derivatives products and
allowing new options trading strategie to protect investors
from the volatility of the foreign exchange market.
Deputy Governor of the RBI, Harun Khan,
said the RBI is committed to offering a range of derivatives
products wide enough that market participants can choose them
according to their cost and risk management
Options trading has been allowed in India
though it has not become widely adopted. Khan said that its
apex bank is currently contemplating expanding the products
available and considering allowing option trading
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